There really was a Dr. Scholl. Podiatrist William Mathias Scholl was born in Indiana.
Henry Ross Perot isn't a name you hear too often these days, but the 78-year-old Texas businessman is still kicking: He still makes an annual appearance on Forbes 400 Richest list (number 68 this
Philadelphia Weekly's style blog (full disclosure: my girlfriend is the editor) ran a piece the other week (full disclosure part II: the writer, Emily, is a friend of ours) about making a wonderf
1. Last month, my co-workers and I found out that a healthy portion of our emails were not being delivered, and we were not receiving all the messages intended for us.
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The British government announced this week that Ted Kennedy is due to receive a knighthood. The longtime senator earned this recognition in part for his work as a peace advocate in Northern Ireland.
A Masters Degree in The Beatles
Liverpool Hope University is now offering a Master of Arts degree in The Beatles.
I've been a Scotch Whisky aficionado for a few years now, and if someone offers me a nice bourbon, well, don't mind if I do.
This is either late for Math Monday, or early for Math Monday. I'll let you decide which.
Being underinsured can be as disastrous as being uninsured when a health crisis hits.
Yesterday was the 154th birthday of Alfred William Rich (1856-1921), an English watercolorist.
I don't know about you, but I've never been sure how an army would dress if it was trying to take over an IKEA.
Over the past few years, we've cranked out hundreds of quizzes. Chances are you haven't aced them all just yet. We'll be re-running a quiz from the archives each day at 5pm.
The famous Eiffel Tower was inaugurated 120 years ago this month.
I'm a big fan of kaiten-zushi, a form of sushi restaurant in which patrons sit at a bar around a conveyer belt.
If British TV shows are so darned great, why do U.S. producers insist upon remaking them instead of showing the originals? There are plenty of reasons!